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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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Sage Creek rallies the ball back and forth before hitting it over the net. On Friday, March 22, boys volleyball competed against La Costa Canyon winning 3-0.

Covering the Court: Boys Volleyball

Tristin Hoffman and Chloe Neal Apr 18, 2019

With a well-rounded varsity team, a triumphant junior varsity team and two-spirited freshmen teams on deck, the boys volleyball program here at Sage Creek is full steam ahead for this upcoming season....

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Andy Goh prepares to serve to his opponents. As a strong server, Goh helps his teammates prepare for tough competition.

Boys Tennis Sweeps Their Opponents in New League

Nolan Barry and Summer Fitzgerald Apr 16, 2019

Captain Kenny Nguyen picks up his racket and a tennis ball as he stands on the back line of the court. His brother stands on the upper half of the court, encouraging him. Kenny stares down his opponents,...

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An empty entrance to the Bobcat Arena marking the end of another basketball season.

JV Boys Basketball Ends the Season By Making History

Three months of hard work and determination, hours and hours of practice and 22 tests of their skills and ability. All of this time to reach history for JV boys basketball at Sage Creek with a perfect...

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The team gathers for a photo under the field goal before their practice ends. The varsity team had 24 players in total; one freshman, four sophomores, four juniors and 15 seniors.

Seniors Behind Boys Soccer

Lilly McCoy and Phoenix Vaughan-Voski Mar 18, 2019

Fifteen seniors, eleven wins and one field. As varsity soccer ended their season, they said goodbye to 15 players; who are moving onto bigger and better things. These are the players who are graduating...

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Head coach Brandon Dowdy is telling the game plan for the next quarter. The Bobcats took a huge scoring drive prior to the time out.

Triumph For Bobcats After Huge Scoring Period

Bryant Kitisin and Summer Fitzgerald Feb 16, 2019

“Wet” That’s what Senior Braden Brasher said. Though it was not a comment on the rainy weather that Carlsbad has been experiencing lately; rather a description on Dalton Miller’s performance...

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Captain Cole Kirby is pictured side by side with teammates warming up for practice. Keeping your muscles warm and ready for practice is a necessity when trying to prevent injuries.

Wrestling is Ready to Pin The Season

Madisyn Goerlitz and Cooper Hancock Dec 12, 2018

The wrestling team has been assembled with 14 wrestlers, among them are five new freshmen. This year marks the beginning of the team’s sixth season, and while they might not be as well known as soccer...

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Lavanya Pandey races at the Stanford Invite on Sept. 29. Most of cross country finished the season on Oct. 26.

Well Worth the Run

Sam Kane and Phoenix Vaughan-Voski Nov 29, 2018

A majority of the 2018 girls’ cross country seasons came to a close on Friday, Oct. 26 with a league meet at Guajome Park. The seniors not continuing their season received a final send off to wrap up...

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The team is passing the ball for their pregame warm up. Some of the players gathered in a circle, and were stretching, passing and encouraging each other before the game began.

A Pair of Shorts and a Pair of Wins to Match

Bella Niems, Staff Reporter Nov 15, 2018

The boys beach volleyball came through with another win against CIF opponents Saint Augustine on Oct. 22. The game took place because of the recent controversy based on the Bobcat team’s mismatched shorts....

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